Everything around us is flowing with radioactive energy.
Take the bananas in your kitchen, which are loaded with potassium - they build muscle strength and make your heart healthy. And a tiny fraction of that same chemical emits radiation, as does a microwave oven and even your own body. Yet most people have a hard time visualizing how this all works.
Kollektivet Livet teamed with composer Axel Boman and musician Kristofer Hagbard to create, a project based on the actual movements of radioactive isotopes - variants of an element with slightly different atomic weights.
The orchestra consists of a Web interface where you can that use isotopic frequencies - and visualize how radioactive energy moves.